En août 2017, dix journalistes et acteurs de la société civile de la Guinée ont participé à la 7ème édition de l’université d’été du Centre d’Excellence pour la Gouvernance des Industries Extractives en Afrique Francophone (CEGIEAF) à Yaoundé.
Journalists confront informal and regulatory obstacles. In many cases, private companies and the government prevent media from accessing existing sources of free information. This may take the form of lengthy response times, publicly exposing information requests and managing the approval of how information is presented publically.
NRGI offers global and regional courses (both in-person and online) that are tailored to civil society advocates, government officials, journalists, parliamentarians and other actors who are working to improve the management of oil, gas and minerals.
Civil society actors fighting for better resource governance must engage with reformers in government and business and speak “truth to power” with those parties hampering progress, NRGI president and CEO Daniel Kaufmann tells RAW Talks.
In 2016, tax collection from Peru’s mining sector was negative. In other words, the government returned more money to miners than these companies paid in taxes paid. The result was that the collection was approximately negative USD 250 million. How did this happen?